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Working with a film crew at an industrial facility

A rarity in most cases, but a daily part of our lives: Film crews on an industrial site. Most camera operators do not also operate heavy machinery. Most directors, producers and camera units do not carry a pair of steel-toed shoes, safety…
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Ways to use a video at your next safety meeting

A video is not the end-all, be-all solution to safety. When used at the right time in the right way, however, it can really drive your point home. There are a variety of video solutions you can use to present your topics. Feature-length videos,…
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Visitor Safety Orientation Video Tips

Why have a visitor safety orientation video? Visitor safety orientation videos are great for industrial sites that may pose many safety threats to visitors. Often times companies will produce visitor safety videos to replace old, outdated…
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Our top free safety video picks

Looking to improve your next safety meeting?  Here is a list of our favorite safety videos available online. You can use them in your next meeting or they can serve as inspiration when you are producing your own. We qualify our list based on…
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How to produce a safety video

There are many ways to go about producing your own safety video for your team or industrial site. As with any project, you'll first want to define a few variables: Scope Budget Timeline Method Scope. A scope can be an outline of the…
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FMC Technologies: A site orientation video for Generation Park

Orientation video for made for an industrial facility. Site orientation videos are a great way to keep your visitors, corporate guests, new employees and contractors informed and aware of the dangers at an industrial site. This month, we…